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News : Good Things Festival in Melbourne gets a venue upgrade

By on September 18, 2018

Due to an overwhelming response for ticket sales, Destroy All Lines, the organisers behind the inaugural Good Things Festival in December have made the decision to move the festival from Melbourne Showgrounds to Flemington Racecourse on December 7th. Festival organisers advise all ticket holders of Melbourne Showground tickets that their tickets are still valid for the new venue change. The venue change will no doubt make for a more amazing experience when the festival makes its debut this December in Melbourne.

DATES AND VENUES:

Friday 7 December – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne New Venue!
Saturday 8 December – Parramatta Park, Sydney
Sunday 9 December – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane

Tickets on sale now from www.oztix.com.au

All shows are licensed and all ages 15+ (Please see ticket conditions for age restrictions). Venues and lineup subject to change.

Good Things Festival promoter, Chris O’Brien comments:

It was apparent the first day we went on sale that tickets for the Melbourne show were flying out the gate. With so many bucket list moments on the Festival we simply had to make the decision to move to a larger venue to accommodate everyone. The Offspring will never perform ‘Smash’ plus a greatest hits set again in Australia so to not allow fans that opportunity along with getting to witness BABYMETAL’s incredible live show with full production for the first time was simply not an option.”

The current lineup for Good Things Festival includes headliners Stone Sour and The Offspring (performing their multi-platinum selling album ‘Smash’ in full) along with Dropkick Murphy’s, Babymetal, Bullet For My Valentine, Northlane, Make Them Suffer and heaps more. See below for the full lineup.

For full details, head to the official Good Things website www.goodthingsfestival.com.au.

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